Though amphibious turtles may have repurposed the pie as a weapon to be launched, Everybody’s Pizza situates itself as a proponent of pizza’s unifying powers. Since opening in 1971, Everybody's has made a commitment to freshness, evidenced by dough made daily, high-quality ingredients, and absolutely no artificial flavorings, colorings, preservatives, enhancers, arsenic, or extenders. The result is a menu marked by innovative edibility and top-notch taste. Sample Everybody's beloved chewy and crisp thick-crust pizza ($12.29 for a medium cheese) with an array of non-traditional toppings available ($1.89 each on medium pizzas), including "honeyroast" garlic, toasted sesame seeds, and golden raisins. Cuisineers hesitant to commit to a full crust can try Everybody's very thin pizza crisps, which include the buffalo chicken ($14.99), with onions, cheddar, and provolone, or the Key Largo ($14.99), with shrimp, bacon, sesame seeds, tomato, and a number of cheeses. Everybody's also offers two of its own eatable inventions—pizza salads ($13.95), which lay chilled mixed salads atop fresh-baked pizza like rose petals on a lover's bed, and pizza sandwiches ($9.95–$10.95), folded-over pizzas available in a slew of styles.